Glass Fibre Sewing Threads 840°C

Final Advanced Materials offer sewing threads for the manufacture of thermal protection or thermal, dielectric or chemical insulation solutions. Glass fibre thread is insensitive to variations in temperature and humidity and has a low expansion coefficient.

E-glass fibre products are particularly resistant to abrasion and vibration and have excellent flexibility. The glass thread has a higher specific resistance than that of steel. This feature makes it possible to develop glass threads that reinforce high performance composites. Its excellent electrical insulation properties, even at low thickness, combined with its mechanical strength and its behaviour at different temperatures, were the basis for the first applications of the glass thread. The fibre can withstand temperatures of over 600°C and is non-combustible. E-glass fibres products are resistant to oils, solvents and most chemical agents. They are also rot-proof.

E-glass Fibre Threads applications

  • Seals for insulation
  • Weaving
  • braiding

Technical data

Properties

Units

 

Construction

 

Textured and/or twisted thread

Reference

 

120-2000

Size

dtex

340 to 40,000

Resistance to traction

N/mm²

3400 to 3700

Young's module

 

72.3

Elongation at break (ISO 2062)

%

3.3 to 4.8

Thermal dilatation coefficient

10-6.K-1

5

Electrical resistance

Ω*cm by 20°C/250°C/450°C

1015/1013/1011

Continuous temperature

°C

550

Peak temperature

°C

840

HT° Sewing Threads (785.46k)

Technical data sheet: high temperature sewing threads.